CiaoTech (PNO Group) is partner of the Biobesticide project, which is aimed at validating and demonstrating the production of an effective and cost-efficient biopesticide. For the project, CiaoTech is in charge of the Exploitation and Dissemination WP and on June 8th and 9th joined the Biopesticide Europe 2022 summit to present the project to stakeholders, researchers and representatives from regulatory bodies.
On May 20th, 2022, the fourth General Assembly of the GLAMOUR project was hosted by The University of Manchester - the project coordinator - with the aim of discussing all the important milestones achieved in the frame of the second year of implementation of the initiative.
By replacing traditional pesticides with organic biobased alternatives to improve crop and human health, BIOBESTicide supports the EU's Farm2Fork strategy goals for a sustainable and healthy agriculture.
The ENTRANCE project is designed to mobilise financial resources and boost sustainable innovations in the transport and mobility sectors. To do so, the partnership will create an environment for promoting solutions to find buyers or investors.
The second WARIFA newsletter is available on the project website! The issue will guide you throught all the results achieved in the frame of the first 12 months of activities towards the development of a prototype of a combined early risk assessment tool that will provide individual citizens with personalized recommendations for the management of chronic conditions – such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases.
The INNOMEM consortium has just published the third project newsletter! The issue focuses on all the progresses achieved within the second year of implementation, describing also the next steps towards the creation of a sustainable Open Innovation Test Bed (OITB) on nano-enabled membranes.
Among the invited speakers, Ron Weerdmeester from CiaoTech (PNO Group) held a presentation in the frame of the session ‘AI for Circular Economy’, during which results and progresses of the AI-CUBE project were highlighted.
On 4-5th May 2022, the INNOMEM Consortium finally met in person at University of Duisburg-Essen, after 2 years of virtual meetings! The meeting, led by Tecnalia – the project coordinator - explored the results of each work package up to M24 and all the partners had the chance to describe the progresses made so far.
The NEMOSINE project is coming to an end, and therefore preparing for the Final Workshop where the solutions and the innovative package for the 20th century cultural heritage preservation will be show-cased and discussed.
Want to discover all the results achieved in the frame of GLAMOUR? Download the fourth project newsletter to learn more about the latest progresses towards the conversion of bio-waste feedstock such as glycerol into jetfuel and marine diesel oil.